St Peter's Hospital

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"He was fantastic and removed a large ovarian cyst. Reassuring and great bedside manner."

Patient who saw Mr. Arash Bahmaie in St Peter's Hospital

"very nice, very knowledgeable, reassuring and offered informative solution to my problem in plain english...highly reccommended"

Patient who saw Dr. Samantha Anne Vaughan Jones in St Peter's Hospital

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Type 1 endoleak means inadequate sealing at the end of the stent graft (a) for proximal and (b) for distal end. Type1b endoleak should be treated as it causes high pressure in the sac of the aneurysm. In most cases this will require a limb extension (insertion of another stent distally). Embolization of the internal iliac artery may be required in some cases.

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